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chris phillips -
Subject: Deep Elem
I'll have to chime in to mention that Deep Elem is textbook.
Subject: Not the right audio for this date
Great show, but set list in description doesn't match these songs. Deadbase matches the description set list. Where's the show with Good Morning Little School Girl, Mama Tried, China Cat Sunflower-> I Know You Rider ?
BTW, some audio issues in It's a mans world.
Subject: The first part is super high quality,
and both Man's World and the cowboy thing are great. The rest of the tape sounds horrible, and a lot of the Dead's regular repertoire isn't played that well. I think they were a little bored; they hadn't yet morphed into the "never repeat a song in 2 consecutive shows" band they later became.
Subject: Cowboy --> Sugar Mags?
Doesn't anyone else hear the so-called "cowboy" jam quoting Sugar Magnolia's riffs?
Evan S. Hunt -
Subject: A Very Strange & In & Out Show
And as bad as it is, it is not so bad that I cannot award this version of this show a full 5 stars.
Whoever did this presentation has an extreme love for this music and for mankind, in general.
Subject: Love This Show!
The Cowboy Song man! The Cowboy song.
Subject: Very Nice
The acoustic soundboard is of course sublime, and the audience portion is not too too bad. Very exciting Other One.
Subject: Grate Show!
I wish I knew how to download these soundboards! I have Vista and am not really sure how to do it? Can anyone help?
1970 Fillmore West... Does it get much better?!